The Charles Wesley Turnbull Library case continued on Monday with lengthy testimonies from Balbo Construction’s operations manager and a local construction expert.
For another year, the V.I. Port Authority has maintained a BBB+ credit rating on its three sets of 2014 marine revenue bonds, with rating agency Standard & Poor’s also classifying VIPA’s financial outlook as stable.
The case against the three men accused of conspiring to use federal resources and construction material meant for the construction of the Charles Wesley Turnbull Library on St. Thomas will resume Monday after a week of testimony.
Dozens of employees crowded into the meeting of the Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital board Thursday with questions about rumors of layoffs and the chief executive officer’s dismissal.
The Committee on Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth and Recreation heard from John Tranberg on Thursday as it recognized his 100th birthday and urged the government to buy his Creque Dam property.
Power was completely restored to St. Thomas and St. John St. Thomas at 6:22 a.m. Thursday after being out district-wide since 12:57 a.m., according to the Water and Power Authority. This outage is the latest in a series of service interruptions all week in both districts.
The Department of Health confirmed five more cases of Zika in the territory this week. Two of cases were confirmed in pregnant women and there’s a first confirmation of Zika virus on St. John.
Angel De Jesus Marrero, 31, of Puerto Rico pleaded guilty Tuesday in District Court on St. Thomas to encouraging and inducing aliens to illegally enter the United States.
Starting Tuesday, May 3, the Community and Police Association and the Smith Bay Neighborhood Association on St. Thomas are calling for a territorywide, two-week cease-fire to stem the tide of violence.
Attorneys for Sea View Nursing Home and for the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have asked the District Court to put a hold on a pending suit, saying they expect to resolve differences by May 18.